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Can anyone throw light on this "Script" button of "Record info" in D365FO? I can understand that in AX 2012 version, it produces a script which can be used as a job to update data. But how it serves the purpose in D365FO?
The Script button on "Record information" will generate the x++ code to insert the record with all the fields from the table. I feel the purpose of the Script button doesn't change in D365FO.
Below is the sample code generated for Customer Group table.
CustGroup.BankCustPaymIdTable = 0;CustGroup.ClearingPeriod = "";CustGroup.CustGroup = "RT";CustGroup.DefaultDimension = 0;CustGroup.Name = "Retailers";CustGroup.PaymTermId = "";CustGroup.PriceIncludeSalesTax = NoYes::No;CustGroup.TaxGroupId = "";CustGroup.TaxPeriodPaymentCode_PL = "";CustGroup.CustWriteOffRefRecId = 0;CustGroup.insert();
Thank you Vinayak.
With this script, i will be able to update the records using the job. But that's not the case in D365FO.
I want to try to change the vendor in vendinvoiceinfo table. The script was able to help me to update this information, if i need to. How can i achieve this here?
Please let me know if my understanding on this script is wrong.
In D365FO you can manipulate data of managed environments (sandbox tier2+ and prod) only via user interface or via data entities (for example Excel).
But, if needed, you can update records with code in D365 too.
First you need to create a runnable class in development environment, then deploy it to the test/prod environment and run it there (https://community.dynamics.com/ax/b/365operationswithsukrut/archive/2017/10/19/running-runnable-class-through-url-in-dynamics-365-for-operations)
So the difference to AX2012 is that you can't edit data with table browser, and you can't do development in non-dev environments.
In both versions you need to be careful when changing data that the UI prevents you from changing. It can have severe business or technical consequences.
Thank you Nikolas.
I can understand that its not straight forward thing to update records in D365FO.
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